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Double vinyl LP pressing. Things Viral is the second album by drone metal band Khanate, released in 2003 on the Southern Lord label.. Khanate was a drone metal supergroup that brought together James Plotkin and Alan Dubin, two members of the defunct band OLD, as well as Tim Wyskida of Blind Idiot God and Manbyrd) and Stephen O'Malley of Burning Witch and Sunn O))). Keeping some similarity to O'Malley's previous band Burning Witch, Khanate produced songs that usually exceeded the 10-minute mark, characterized by extremely slow tempos, harsh layers of feedback and vocalist Alan Dubin's torturous shrieking.
Double vinyl LP pressing. Things Viral is the second album by drone metal band Khanate, released in 2003 on the Southern Lord label.. Khanate was a drone metal supergroup that brought together James Plotkin and Alan Dubin, two members of the defunct band OLD, as well as Tim Wyskida of Blind Idiot God and Manbyrd) and Stephen O'Malley of Burning Witch and Sunn O))). Keeping some similarity to O'Malley's previous band Burning Witch, Khanate produced songs that usually exceeded the 10-minute mark, characterized by extremely slow tempos, harsh layers of feedback and vocalist Alan Dubin's torturous shrieking.
634457725218

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Format: Vinyl
Label: HYDA
Rel. Date: 04/29/2016
UPC: 634457725218

Things Viral
Artist: Khanate
Format: Vinyl
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1. Commuted
2. Fields
3. Dead
4. Too Close Enough to Touch

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Double vinyl LP pressing. Things Viral is the second album by drone metal band Khanate, released in 2003 on the Southern Lord label.. Khanate was a drone metal supergroup that brought together James Plotkin and Alan Dubin, two members of the defunct band OLD, as well as Tim Wyskida of Blind Idiot God and Manbyrd) and Stephen O'Malley of Burning Witch and Sunn O))). Keeping some similarity to O'Malley's previous band Burning Witch, Khanate produced songs that usually exceeded the 10-minute mark, characterized by extremely slow tempos, harsh layers of feedback and vocalist Alan Dubin's torturous shrieking.
        
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